I try to shoot 2 matches a month. THe only place around here to practice is an indoor range. I usually try to go once a week, but it's not the same. They don't allow "rapid fire" you can't shoot shotgun, and the range is only 25 yards long so the rifle shooting is only so so.
I dry-fire all my main match firearms twice a week. Practice loadin the shotgun, and making the transitions from one pistol to the second pistol, to the shotgun to the rifle. Practice with the long guns staged horizontal, and vertical as well.
I do not have any place to shoot live rounds at a stage mock up. All my live fire practice so to speak is at the matches I shoot. I have been shooting at least three matches a month and sometimes four.
I practice about once a month - with different guns (not just CAS). And I usually get to one CAS match a month. 6 Kids and cart building keeps me busy most of the time. Lookin' forward to fishin' and shootin' as my retirement agenda.
So now ya tell me, I'm sposed ta practice, next ya gonna tell me practice makes perfect, ya ya I get it.
Seriously I try to shoot two matches a month, I'm fortunate, and blessed, enough to have my own range, and my own steel portable targets, that take me about 15 minutes to set up two stages, which for practice is quite sufficient.
I've been heavy into getting my front loaders to shoot he ultimate group, so I haven't been practicing with my CAS guns. I'm retired, and also do my share of fishing. Man I love this country. RR
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